Kids BookCase Club December 2018 Subscription Box Review + 50% Off Coupon!

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BookCase.Club now has a subscription for children of all ages – the Kids BookCase Club! Starting at $9.99 each month, you’ll get a monthly shipment of handpicked books that you and your kids will surely love. Each BCCKids case comes with three handpicked children’s books, chosen to ignite the imagination and inspire creativity.

You can customize the subscription depending on your child’s gender and age range. Available age categories are newborn to 2 years old, 2 to 4 years old, 5 to 6 years old, 7-8 years old, and pre-teen.

This is the review of the box curated for 7 to 8-year-old kids.

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This month’s package arrived well-packed with pieces of paper providing extra support during transport.

The books are also wrapped in tissue paper with BookCase.Club logo and social media handles.

Everything in the December 2018 box!

The Unlucky Winners Of Classroom 13 by Honest Lee & Matthew J. Gilbert ($11.19)

The Classroom 13 books are a hilarious new chapter book series-perfect for reluctant readers and fans of Roald Dahl, Captain Underpants, and Sideways Stories from Wayside School.
 
The Unlucky Lottery Winners of Classroom 13 is the first title in a series about the students of a very unlucky classroom. The easy-to-read chapters are full of humor, action, secret codes, and fun-and will prompt hours of conversation among friends, families, and classmates. The final chapter encourages young readers to write their own chapter and send it in to the author, Honest Lee.
When unlucky teacher Ms. Linda LaCrosse wins the lottery, she shares her winnings with her class-giving each student over a BILLION DOLLARS!
You might think this was nice, but it was not. It was a nasty idea. With great money comes awful allergies, terrible taxes, violent volcanoes, and other pesky problems. As the students of Classroom 13 are about to learn, winning the lottery is not always lucky.

The book poses the question:

If you won the lottery, what would YOU do with a BILLION DOLLARS?

The story is fun! Although it’s not accompanied by illustrations, the humorous elements are enough to keep the kids engaged.

Carnival In A Fix by Philip Reeve & Sarah McIntyre ($10.41)

Journey to an amusement park on a moon!
 
Funfair Moon, the outer space amusement park where Emily lives, has the highest roller coasters, the most dizzying Tilt-A-Whirls, and the scariest ghost train in the galaxy. Normally, Emily’s heroes Jinks and O’Hare keep it in tip-top shape. But the day the funfair inspector comes, everything goes wrong. Peeploid’s Merry-Go-Round and Fudge Shoppe is spinning out of control, gravity has reversed on the biggest slide, and there are strange little spiny black balls all over the place! Can Emily help fix the carnival before the inspector closes it for good?

For early chapter book readers who are ready for something longer, the Not-So-Impossible Tales are packed with humor, action, and illustrations on almost every page.

This not-so-impossible story is about a malfunctioning amusement park located at the moon. Sounds like a great space adventure!

It illustrations occupy most of the pages and we don’t really mind because they add excitement to the story. Even I wanted to read this book!

Peter Powers And His Not-So-Super Powers by Kent Clark ($10.27)

If you like the AvengersJustice League, or The Incredibles, then you’ll love this family of superheroes! This new chapter book series is perfect for reluctant readers.

Everyone in Peter Powers’ family has super awesome superpowers. His dad controls fire with his mind, and his mom can fly. His big brother makes copies of himself, and his little sister is super-strong. And his baby brother even turns invisible! But all Peter can do is–this is really embarrassing–make ice cubes with his fingertips.

When Captain Tornado comes to town and begins robbing banks, will Peter Powers and his totally lame abilities step up to save the day–or will he get cold feet? Join Peter Powers and his fantastic family for their first action-packed and fun-filled adventure to find out!

Peter Powers and His Not-So-Super Powers is the first in a new chapter book series of exciting stories about a young boy who has the worst superpower ever. Each story is full of humor, action, and fun, but the charm can be found in the heartfelt message about the power of family, friends, and having confidence.

The book actually reminds us of the Parr family from the Incredibles!

Kids are fascinated with superheroes and superpowers, so this is an instant favorite.

The books chosen this month have really interesting plots that sparked my kids’ imaginations! I love how these stories made them ponder about certain topics and issues underlying in the stories. It helps develop their decision-making and I am glad to see how they think through things before taking action too. Among the three books, they definitely love Peter Powers one because it reminded them of the Disney movie, the Incredibles. All in all, this is a really fun collection of children’s books!

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